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1. Big Gay 10K
Want to run with hundreds of princesses, runaway brides, superheroes and unicorns to raise money for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation? We thought so. Put on your most ridiculous costume and burn some calories for a good cause. And when you’re done, there’s an after party at Lookout!! Click here for more information: http://www.sfaf.org/get-involved/participate/big-gay-10k

2. San Francisco FrontRunners
San Francisco FrontRunners is the first running club in the nation to promote the sports of running, walking, and related athletic activities for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer community and supporters. SFFR is a fun place to meet new people who share your passion for running and walking! They welcome adults of all ages, sizes, genders, ethnicities, and speeds, and have organized runs/walks three times a week.

SFFR is very flexible, consistent and sensitive to runners of all types. While many SFFR runners take part in organized races, there is no obligation to do so. They also have movie nights, theater outings, picnics, bar nights, and participate in a variety of volunteering activities throughout the year! For more information, visit: http://www.sffr.org

3. SF FrontRunners Pride Run
What better way to cure a hangover than taking a brisk run through Golden Gate Park in last nights outfit? Every year during Pride Week, the San Francisco FrontRunners host their famous Pride Run. Throw on your running sneakers and your favorite rainbow t-shirt (or Pink Saturday outfit) and join SFFR in Golden Gate Park for a 5K or 10K run/walk on Pride weekend! Register at: http://www.sffr.org

4. Bay to Breakers
Bring your craziest costumes (or lack thereof) and your beer (only if you can hide it well), and participate in one of the largest (and strangest) races in America! Every May, the famous "Bay to Breakers" comes to town where 30,000+ people race/walk/stroll 7.46 miles from Bay (Howard St./Beale St.) to Breakers (the western end of Golden Gate Park) in a costumed mass of people. Read more about it here: http://www.baytobreakers.com